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Old 27th March 2009, 18:09
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Default ISPConfig2 to ISPConfig 3

Hi guys..

I know that you answered this question for million times , but I am using ISPConfig 2 on Debian .... And I cant wait to upgrade my system to ISPConfig 3...

I know the basic systems are totally different from each other but at least can you please provide us a step by step list for backing up for the necessary files ( users , mail accounts , website , mysql files ... ) from ISPConfig 2 ... So we can make a clean install for ISPConfig 3 and then another list which explains how to re-install those backups to ISPConfig 3...

I have a production server and everything works perfect but I am so scared to brake something ... I am totally happy with my server but , I cant help myself to use the newly fresh ISPConfig 3 which looks totally amazing....

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